Every year, I join the Goodreads Reading Challenge – picking the number of books I’d like to read during the year. For 2017, I wanted to try and read 12 books. I am on book 25 now & I’d like to share them all with you. From Mara Wilson to Stormie Omartian, I stayed up late & surpassed my goal!
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Evangelism is a very important part of my family’s life.
My husband and I started talking to each other because he decided to evangelize to me. We both attended CRU meetings in college, which advocated strongly for evangelism. We took a trip with our friends from CRU during spring break & evangelized to the students partying.
And today, while our big days of evangelism seem behind us, we still have one important task. One calling that God has clearly bestowed upon us. Evangelizing to our son.
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Do you have an author that you just despise? One that perhaps everyone else loves? Jane Austen? John Green? Today’ I’ll be sharing my “unpopular opinion” for my least favorite authors.
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In 2015, I self-published my first book and since then, I’ve been asked questions about my experience: Am I proud of the book? Did I make any mistakes? Would I self-publish again? Can I get it professionally published?
I’d love to answer all of your questions – so I’m going to start writing articles for you about publishing. It took me years to find myself as a writer and establish writing jobs. I had to spend hours on blogs and Pinterest to learn everything. I hope to share what I’ve learned with you – starting with the top mistakes a self-published author can make.
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There is a stigma surrounding mental health that needs to be broken. People suffering with these illnesses are bounded by the stereotypes that tend to follow them. They are frequently described as dangerous, unpredictable, incompetent, irresponsible, undeserving, dishelved, and hopeless. These descriptions could be farther from the truth, but lack of knowledge surrounding these mental diseases create prejudices. Fear is the number one judgement, followed by exclusion. Society tends to distress over the mental health of an individual and prohibited from joining in social activities and the general community.
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Wanna hear some dirty words I learned this month?
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I want to make it clear that if you want to invoke Bible verses to control and manipulate your wife, the Bible is against you.
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